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environment the united states has seen in recent memory. isis remains a resilient movement that still contains urban centers throughout the middle east.t. we must insure they and those they inspire cannot expand their reach or slaughter more innocent people. the conflict in syria is one to have worst humanitarian catastrophes in the 21st century. it has further created instability throughout the region and in europe and, indeed, all across the world. iran, the world's largest state sponsor of terror, has becomeso even more emboldened and disruptive player in the middle east. russia has reasserted itself aggressively, invading and occupying ukraine, threatening europe and doing nothing to aid in the destruction and defeat of isis. as china flexes its muscles and expands its military and economic reach, its activity in the south and east china seas and in cyberspace are now pushing new boundaries and creating real tension. north korea too has dangerously accelerated its nuclear and ballistic missile capabilities. we all rely on intelligence from around the globe to avoid strategic
CBS
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
. isis already affecting playoff football and eagles head coach andy reid. >> this is true, andy reid will to have push things back a little bit, we have an update for playoff schedule for you we will tell but that plus what does former eagles head coach dick vermeil thinks about carson wentz is this what does he need to improve on is this i will go one on one with the philadelphia legend up next in sports. don's here to talk sports and basketball. >> talking hoops. >> i say a sixers crowd is really special. like especially on a friday night, weekend, they will be fired up it this. sixers are on a roll, they have won four out of five. tonight they will hoe charlotte hornets who lost three straight. go get them. team has been basking in the glow of last second win against nixon wednesday night, ty mcconnell, with his first career game winning bucket the but yesterday at ra he is like yo, it is time to turn the page. >> i have forgotten about it. it is time to, move on and focus on charlotte. obviously i remember that shot for the rest of my life but it is about moving on, and beauty of
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm PST
. the hospital is ten miles away from that fierce fight with isis. i want to give a shout out to those risking their lives to help strangers. all around the world risking their lives i want them to know fort the record that i appreciate them. frankly i bet you do too. by the way, while my husband does have a good excuse, he know how to et is the dvr so there will be test. have a great week end. we'll see you back here monday. if you cannot watch live, set your dvr. this show is exciting. follow me at twitter too @greta. "hardball with chris matthews" starts right now. >>> investigation. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chris matt this in washington. sometimes the decision to investigate changes the climate. before that senator full bright's hearings on vietnam or the water gait hearings. as way of popping out information we did not have but have a right to have. inspector general is about to begin a serious investigati
PBS
Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm PST
january 2014, president obama dismissed isis as a "j.v. basketball team." but after isis took iraq's second largest city, mosul, and threatened iraqi kurdistan, the u.s. began air strikes. the bombing campaign soon expanded into syria. >> i can announce that america will lead a broad coalition to roll back this terrorist threat. >> reporter: he would later add u.s. special forces, trainers and some troops in iraq and syria, where they remain today. one goal president obama fulfilled was to sideline iran's progress towards a nuclear weapon. two years of negotiations among iran, the u.s. and other world powers produced a deal in 2015. mr. obama struck the deal over strong objections from israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu, adding to tensions between the two over other issues. brookings institution scholar shadi hamid credits mr. obama for the iran deal, but says: >> i don't remember ever hearing a real, live arab say that iran's nuclear program was their number one concern or priority. >> reporter: he also believes the apparent trade-off-- making the u.s. reluctant to enter the
russia. russia can help us fight isis, which by the way is, number one, tricky. if you look. this administration created isis by leaving at the wrong time. void was created, isis was formed. if putin likes donald trump, guess what, folks, that's called an asset, not a liability. now, i don't know that i'm going to get along with vladimir putin, i hope i do. but there's a good chance i won't. and if i don't, do you honestly believe that hillary would be tougher on putin than me? does anybody in this room really believe that, give me a break. >> your visit to either moscow or st. petersburg you engaged in conduct -- [inaudible] >> potentially vulnerable to blackmail by russia or intelligence agencies? >> when i leave our country, i'm a very high-profile person, would you say. i am extremely careful. i'm surrounded by body guards, i'm surrounded by people and i always tell them, anywhere, but i always tell them f i'm leaving this country, be very careful because in your hotel rooms and no matter where you go, you're probably going to have cameras. i'm not referring just to russia but
CNN
Jan 13, 2017 2:00pm PST
-elect. and closing in, in its closing days, the obama administration says the hunt for isis leader is intensifying and his days are numbered. are u.s. forces closing in? wolf blitzer is off today. i'm jim sciutto and you're in the situation room. >> announcer: this is cnn breaking news. >>> breaking news tonight, the house of representatives takes the first step towards dismantling obamacare. a mostly party line vote follows a similar move in the senate, allowing republicans to use the budget process to roll back major parts of the health care law. also breaking, congressman john lewis says he does not consider donald trump a legitimate president. in a new interview, the civil rights icon charges there was "a conspiracy by the russians and others to help get trump elected" adding, quote, that's not right, that's not fair. that comes as trump tweets that hillary clinton should never have been allowed to run for president, calling her, quote, guilty as hell. the trump team is confirming his national security advisor retired general michael flynn was in touch with russia's ambassador to
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
isis, with russia, with china, north korea, cyber attacks. if the president is going to deal with this kind of challenges, he has have good intelligence. otherwise, he will not be able to do the job of protecting the country. ofid: you also have the job chief of staff to president clinton. what advice would you give to reince priebus? how is he going to hurt these cap -- herd these cats? mr. panetta: he is going to have a challenge. as chief of staff, i am a believer in what i call the jim baker role. there is only one chief of staff and everybody should be responsive to that chief of staff. chain believe in a strong of command, where people have specific duties and a report to keep people. they are not wondering on their own. the danger i see is that the president is appointing a number of advisors, he is appointing a , these peopleuls have broad titles. i'm not sure what their responsibilities are. if these people are just wondering around the white house, going to meetings but having no responsibility, it is going to become quite a challenge to be able to discipline the staff to wor
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
shooter is an isis inspired terrorist and no one in the media or government is reporting that or talking about it. he's judicial watch's mark spencer. he's going to show us the evidence next. >> rodney and his new business. he teaches lessons to stanley... and that's kind of it right now. but rodney knew just what to do...he got quickbooks. it organizes all his accounts, so he knows where he stands in an instant. ahhh...that's a profit. which gave him the idea to spend a little cash on some brilliant marketing! ha, clever. wow, look at all these new students! way to grow, rodney! know where you stand instantly. visit quickbooks.com. >> this shooter, his name is esteban santiago. he was carrying i it in i.d. we don't know if it's active. or another flame member's i.d. and we don't know a motive at this point. liz: fort lauderdale holding a moment of silence after a gunman opened fire a week ago. the shooter has been described as mentally ill. they say he become unhinged mentally after a tour in iraq. but a new report published by judicial watch says there is more to this story and
intelligence community are the actors you have named today, iran, north korea, china, russia and isis. >> the intelligence community is not perfect. we are an organization of human beings and we're prone sometimes to make errors. i don't think the intelligence community gets the credit it's due for what it does day in and day out to keep this nation safe and secure and the number of plots just one example, terrorist plots that have been thwarted, both those focused on this country and other countries. >> i want to thank the chairman and i want to thank senator graham and others. there are been others i can count on maybe a little bit mor than one hand who have stood up in a nonpolitical way to defend the intelligence community-the last few weeks. the notion that the elected -- the soon elected leader of this country would put julian assuage on a pedestal over the military and intelligence community. i think it should bring about a human cry, no matter where you're a republican or democrat. mark my word, if the roles were reversed, there would are howls from the republican side of the aisle. t
FOX News
Jan 13, 2017 11:00am PST
key to driving out isis. the terrorist use that school as a base and they are producing chemical weaponses in the lab of that school. the u.s. assisting with with air strikes and artillery and a long- time coalition presence will likely be needed in iraq even after mosul is reclaimed. back here at home. president-elect donald trump meeting with union leaders in new york. folks who stanchly opposed him in the campaign. they were arriving in the trump tower. peter doocey is live outside of trump tower. tell us the deals that the president-elect made today. >> reporter: sounds like a deal with lock heed martin. he is putting pressure on the aircraft maker that has big cuts on the f35 project and the ceo of lockheed martin came down and said she's ready to do do that and more. >> we are close to it a deal and it will bring the cost down significantly from the previous line of character and moreover twill bring a lot of jobs to the united states. in fact, we'll increase our jobs in fort worth by 1800 job and that will be thousands and thousands of jobs in the u.s. and a beautiful fune
recent history. isis continues to sweep across much of the middle east. an expansionist china continue tos to develop its military -- continues to develop its military produce he is. we continue to face a nuclear threat poised by countries such as north korea and iran. and an increasingly hostile russia seeks to destabilize much of europe. it is imperative that the department of defense not lose continuity in leadership, administration and governance, general mattis must be confirmed expeditiously. such a lapse would create vulnerabilities in our national security strategy and would be detrimental to the safety and security of our armed forces. civilian control of the military is undoument doubtedly crucial to the success -- undoubtedly crucial to the success of our defense department. this candidate's military experience alone should not bar him from serving in a civilian role as the secretary of defense. it actually enhances the capabilities he brings to the job. this is a unique exception, for a candidate hose who's exemplary leadership and experience would come at a crucial time fo
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 10:00am PST
relationship with another superpower around the globe, see if we can defeat isis together and bring peace to syria, see if we can bring down some of the nuclear tensions and stop hacking. >> we wait and see. jack dingston, thanks forring. here. >>> just a week remaining in barack obama's presidency. chris jansing sits down with the president's senior adviser and confidant, valerie jarrett reflecting on the president's legacy. ol. i want to trim my a1c. when my schedule changes... i want something that delivers. (woman) ♪ tresiba ready... (avo) tresiba® is used to control high blood sugar in adults with diabetes. don't use tresiba® to treat diabetic ketoacidosis, during episodes of low blood sugar, or if you are allergic to any of its ingredients. don't share needles or insulin pens. don't reuse needles. the most common side effect is low blood sugar, which may cause dizziness, sweating, confusion, and headache. check your blood sugar. low blood sugar can be serious and may be life-threatening. injection site reactions may occur. tell your doctor about all medicines you take and all yo
FOX News
Jan 13, 2017 10:00am PST
have been accused of aiding and abetting the rise of isis, specifically funneling chechnya terrace into syria. they withheld information, if you will call before the lead up to the boston bombing because one of the brothers, maybe even two of them, traveled through russia to chechnya in the year before and were held, they withheld information. to say russia can be a friend and ally to the united states, you have to assume they want to cooperate with us and want america to succeed, that is the underlying basis of an alliance. i don't think russia as it is run by a bunch of old kgb guys once the united states to succeed in the world pair they have a zero-sum view of global affairs, and they want to bring us down. they want to hurt us. >> jenna: really interesting point. when we will talk a lot more about. great to have you on the program as always, look forward to having you back. thank you. >> gregg: president-elect donald trump slamming the mainstream media, even calling one outlet "fake news," in the business also taking some lumps and the court of public opinion. howard kurtz wil
isis and al qaeda, certainly we know use the internet to encourage and inspire troubled americans to carry out violence at home. how do we go about tackling that particular challenge and what partners will be most valuable for dhs and the american people in this fight? >> tough problem to say the least. as discussed with a number of other senators, i think it starts with families and churches, synagogues, mosques. you know, the home grown, if you will, terrorists not just isis inspired. there are pretty grim other groups of other nationalities. white supremacist, that kind of thing. i really do believe it starts with people, parents, you know, understanding what's going on in the bedroom when their son or daughter is on the internet. we worry they are on inappropriate porn sites or something. the fact is, i think that's where it starts in many ways. who knows why they get disconnected with the country. who knows why they get on those web sites and it poisons their mind i think. i think in the churches or synagogues or whatever people hear them talking and should turn them in or shoul
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2017 12:00pm EST
not working, and if isis is really expanding and all of those type things, and threats going in certain direction, other than what the the president believes they're going in, he needs to hear that, so that they can make the course corrections. neil: all right. we'll watch it closely. do you think any of those nominations are in peril from your vantage point and see any of them in danger? >> no, i think these are very qualified individuals. i think you're going to see them in their offices, hopefully by the end of next week. neil: all right. we'll watch closely, sir. >> always good to be with you, neil, thank you, sir. neil: the dow is clawing on its it own way, significant from 20,000. that is proving quite a hurdle. the latest catalyst seems to be donald trump himself, whether comments he made about the pharmaceutical industry and wanting to revisit way they price things going after big government contractors, speaking of which one of the biggest meeting with president-elect, lockheed martin ceo, marilyn houston, miss houston, i wouldn't say stormed out of mar-a-lago after the
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 11:00am EST
university as they keep up their battle against isis himilitants there. black smoke was seen in eastern mosul as iraqi forces fight militants in the city. officers say the troops entered the university grounds and secured parts of the compound. the move comes a day after iraqi army forces north of mosul linked up with troops pushing in from the city's eastern edge. military commanders expect the operation to be successful. >>> secretary of state john kerry met vietnamese leaders today during his final trip as secretary of state. kerry also spoke to young people at the technology university and toured where he fought communists while he was in the navy during the vietnam war almost 50 years ago. >>> happening right now, a live look as the u.s. ambassador to the united nations samantha power gives her farewell address. power has served as ambassador since 2013. last month president-elect trump questioned the value of the u.n. after the security council adopted a resolution demanding an end to settlement building in israel. power will likely be succeeded by south carolina governor nikki ha
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2017 11:00am EST
tillerson saying russia will help us defeat isis. ins that mean a change foreign policy? does that mean rex tillerson would support bashar al-assad along with a russian ally? we do have a pretty long goingy of cooperation back to the soviet union when they were an adversary. obviously cooperation on some issues without necessarily cooperating on all of them. one of the areas that has been one of cooperation between our two countries is counterterrorism. so has the issue of nonproliferation. i can see being on our guard against russia. they take many positions adversarial to us. but at the same time looking for opportunities for cooperation. it is important countries find ways to work together. it comes to actual decisions about who we support support, cane we we work with russia if we disagree on something like whether bashar al-assad should be in syria? >> the international terrorism occurs in many different places besides syria, the entire middle east and elsewhere. russia has a serious terrorism problem of their own. working together in various regions in the world. >> we do hope you
CNN
Jan 13, 2017 7:00am PST
®. insurance changes? xarelto® has you covered. >>> secretary of defense ash carter says isis leader al baghdadi's days are numbered. in a pbs interview with charlie rose, carter makes unusually revealing comments about baghdadi's movements. cnn's barbara starr has more. >> reporter: good morning, carol. some of what carter said really grabbed our attention. because when you ask the pentagon do they know where abu baker al bagdadi, the leader of isis, is, you always pretty much get the same answer, we don't know where he is and if we knew we would go after him. but carter last night said something just a little bit different, quite tantalizing. let me read you what he told charlie rose when rose asked him. carter said, let me put it this way. if i knew exactly where he was, first of all, i wouldn't tell you, and second of all, he wouldn't have long. he moves around. he moves around. we're going to come back to that. well, i'm just confident. i don't want to say any more than that. let's go back to that phrase, he moves around. for a u.s. defense secretary to say a top target moves aroun
ABC
Jan 13, 2017 7:00am PST
help fight isis and pompeo rejected torture. >>> well, the company blamed for exploding air bags that caused 11 deaths is expecting to plead guilty to some criminal charges. takata could face a billion dollars in fines. honda, ford and toyota have recalled hundreds of thousands of additional vehicles because of this problem. >>> some dramatic immanuals from colorado where a skier triggered an avalanche. he slid 25 feet down. he ended up buried beneath four feet of snow. his friend was frantically digging him out when an avalanche expert happened to be passing by and together they were remarkably pulled him to safety. >>> there was a new epipen on the market and it's much easier on your wallet. cvs unveiled it. for just 110. six times less than the original from mylan which took heat for its significant price increases. >>> finally, one guy got so angry at the dmv he decided to get even by paying for his tax bill with 300,000 pennies. he purchased and brought in with help from others that he paid, he took five wheelbarrows to deliver those 300,000 pennies then it took workers at that d
FOX
Jan 13, 2017 9:00am EST
police need your help tracking p down a man who they say isy groping women in the district. >> assaults happened just oversa the past few days and all within 1 mile of each other. our melanie alnwick is live in i northwest with a snapshot of who so they actually have prettyavep good description of the guy, right, mel? they do.hey d the picture is not that good.hao we're talking about threebout t incidents in 24 hours.ours the first one happened rightappe here at the corner of 15th and t apparently 8:20 in the the morning.rn lots of people around at thatlea time. the suspect reached out andut ad grabbed a woman as she walkedke past. now this is actually witnessedtd by someone who posted about itdi on a neighborhood blog, and said the woman was so surprised sheed pull out her headphones andnend started screaming expletives at the man and he just casuallyasua walked down 15th street.ee but the witness was able to snas a quick picture of the man as hh walked away. also went back and checked onckd the victim.im she also posted on that neighborhood blog thanking the o man for che
. >> bill: new progress in the fight to take down isis. a critical down. the tactical move that might change the course of this battle. we'll tell you about that in a moment. >> martha: new details this morning on the justice department's investigation into the chicago police which speaks to the broader national issue here. we will talk to the man who was superintendent in chicago during the shooting that sparked that probe. >> bill: president obama blaming in part bad p.r. for the setbacks of his administration. what role did public opinion play in the president's ability to get things done. >> i have said this before but it is worth repeating because this is on me. part of the job description is also shaping public opinion. ♪ everything your family touches sticks with them. make sure the germs they bring home don't stick around. use clorox disinfecting products. because no one kills germs better than clorox. >> martha: president obama is blaming the failures of his administration on bad public relations not necessarily bad ideas, he says. mr. obama making those comments to 60 minu
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2017 9:00am EST
viewers who are offended by the bbc's "real housewives of isis" parody. >> i think they were people ease live oh tented anyway. stuart: no, no, no, don't say that about our viewers. katie is saying some of our viewers are regans who knit socks. that didn't go down very well. from cat, i am a sock knitter. then about the isis parody itself. cindy says, just a comment on the isis housewives video. my daughter is 21 and a muslim convert it was girls from her mosque who showed her the video, they found it funny. no one has ever died from being offended. then there was this on a totally different subject from laura. wow, you are bugging me today. leave taco bell alone. don't be a snob. she is referring to this news from taco bell. something new from them. a taco with a shell made of fried chicken. i love that stuff. liz: i think you would like it more if it was cucumber and salmon. stuart: you are all wrong. i love junk food every now and then. ashley: you go to mcdonald's for your coffee. stuart: one week from today, the inauguration. donald trump becomes the 45th president. the left is doin
supporting terrorist groups like isis and al qaeda in their war to overthrow the syrian government. the fact that our resources are being used to strengthen the very terrorist groups we should be focused on defeating should alarm every american. i urge my colleagues to support this bipartisan legislation and stop this madness. i yield back. . the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from georgia finally seek recognition? mr. woodall: mr. speaker, having finished bipartisan activities for the day, by the direction of the committee on rules, i call up house resolution 48 and ask for its immediate consideration. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the resolution. the clerk: house resolution 48, resolved, that at any time after adoption of this resolution the speaker may, pursuant to clause 2-b of rule 18, declare the house resolved into the committee of the whole house on the state of the union for consideration of the concurrent resolution senate concurrent resolution 3, setting forth the congressional budget for the united states government for fiscal year
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 3:00am PST
big, think teddy roosevelt. he thinks big. >> he campaigned on beating isis and expanding social security and building a wall. that is his platform. >> the infrastructure, he is not going to want to worry about the sort of things. bob cost ampla you talk about ' what we obsess on and how do you cut a million dollars from this program and 10 billions a year from that program. not how he thinks and apparently not how the senate and house think either. >> i think you're on an idea with the idea of republican unease. if you want a clue to some of that pay attention to the house vote today on the budget measure that includes starting this repeal president for the president's health care law and see how many republicans, moderates, conservatives like steve was talking about from the freedom caucus who break from the trump/ryan agenda today on this vote. a lot of republicans are the hill, when i was there yesterday and today saying, look, we don't really have a replacement for the health care law but a lot of deficits coming up on the horizon. we got to maybe think about these things be
FOX News
Jan 13, 2017 3:00am PST
: last thing on my mind. that is not my priority. my priority to wipe out isis. >> they spin it up in the media. they make a big deal about it politically, the people, men and women really don't care. i served with hundreds, thousands of special operators. didn't matter to me what they were doing. ainsley: rob says, soldiers patton but now finding more and more of your friends in the military quoting him. >> thank you very much. ainsley: we're out of time. happy friday. coming up donald trump sending a message to business owners, stay in america or stay up but is that really good for you the consumer? will you wind up paying more? mike roe, who is so smart, heard him interviewed? he is so smart. coming up next. >>> wardrobe, we have a problem. >> but a pack jet on, i put a jacket on, julie you need to put a jacket on. ainsley: wait until you hear what happens next. ♪ brian: time for the news by the numbers, from the trump transition team, first 30, how many mock hearings mr. trump's cabinet picks took part in preparing for grilling on capitol hill. they seemed to be very prepared. 7
FOX
Jan 13, 2017 5:00am EST
reported >> in iraq the fight to take t down isis ishe continuing inin i mosul. we received word from therdm th country's government of its its plans to change its strategy say after reportedly making majoraj progress in the longon anticipated battle. battle. asides from mosul joint forces will also work to recover another largeant territory that's currentlyy thas under the islamic state's cur's control. >> cubangovernment is praising president obama's decision to end the so-called pl wet foot dry foot policy. the practice made automaticic residency to every cuban who arrived in the u.s. or gave automatic residency to everyory cuban that arrived in the u.s.hs regardless of immigrationration status. thousands of cubans have beenof flocking to the u.s. sincethu.s. 2014 when the u.s. and cuba announced they would resumed thu diplomatic relations.atns >> massachusetts authorities have released surveillancesurvee video of an arrest that led to the firing of three policeli officers.rs. it shows the arrest of an intoxicated connecticut manic who also appears to be violent e with the arrestin
FOX News
Jan 13, 2017 1:00am PST
threat of terror, the threat from iran and isis are also very significant and something has to be a core focus of ours as well as north korea. more broadly than that, and with respect to the fight between the president-elect and the intelligence community, i remain concerned that he will ignore the scoop from the intelligence community when it doesn't suit his interests. that has been what we've seen in the last few weeks. if that continues as president, it will be damaging to our national security. if you want to be clear, you have heard some encouraging things from some of the nominees testifying. >> i have. i like general mattis a great deal. i think mike pompeo is a capable, bright guy. i think general kelly is also a very capable guy. there are others in the cabinet that worry me a great deal and i have a lot less confidence in. but i think there are some adults in the room and some sober voices. >> bret: congressman schiff, we appreciate your time. >> thank you very much. >> bret: let's hear from the other side of the aisle, chairman of the house homeland security committee, m
PBS
Jan 13, 2017 1:00am PST
. >> reporter: also in focus the need for more aggressive policies against isis including the land based missile system which contractors are vying to develop. the hearing wasn't without talk of cost cutting including trump's recent criticism of the f-35 joint strike fighter as overbudget and behind schedule. mattis backed the program adding that trump has quote, in no way shown a lack of support but rather a desire to, quote, get the best bang for the buck. that resonated with analysts who continue to believe the president will be a boom for the sector. >> i think trump is going to be very good for defense spending. >> reporter: as the world watch the warrior morning on the hill, lockheed martin met with pentagon to negotiate his next contract. one factor that has helped to put defense stocks lower on the day. i'm morgan brennan. >> the ceo of at&t was at trump tower today. randall stevenson met with president-elect and ways to make america companies more competitively globally. the two did not discuss the company's proposed $85 billion merger with time warner which owns cnn. >> one com
ukraine, threatening europe and doing nothing to aid in the destruction and the defeat of isis. as china flexes its muscles and expands its economic beach and activities in th the south and t china sea in cyberspace are now pushing the boundaries and creating the tension. north korea has dangerously accelerated its nuclear and ballistic missile capabilities. we all rely on intelligence around the globe to avoid the tactical surprise. intelligence helps make the other elements of national effective including economic anr effective including economic and legal measures against weapon proliferators and other criminals. the foreign governments and liaison services are partners in preventing attacks and providing crucial intelligence. it's important that we think and appreciate the partners that stand with us helping make sure we all have the intelligence we need to keep america safe. if confirmed i intend to advocate for the vibrant intelligence committee and for the cia centrality in the committee. there are the long-term trends making the urgency of supporting paramount. first they f
CNN
Jan 13, 2017 12:00am PST
ukraine, threatening europe, and doing nothing to aid in the destruction and defeat of isis. >> reporter: pompeo also addressed reporting first on cnn that u.s. intelligence chiefs provided a synopsis of allegations compiled by a former british intelligence official to president-elect trump and president obama. the specific allegations, which cnn has not verified or included in its reporting, claim that people within trump's campaign communicated with russia before the election and also that the russians have compromising personal information about the president-elect. >> these are unsubstantiated allegations. i will continue to pursue foreign intelligence collection with vigor no matter where the facts lead. >> reporter: and pompeo, who was once a supporter of enhanced interrogation techniques, split from trump on his campaign promise to bring back waterboarding. >> would i approve waterboarding? you bet your ass i'd approve it. >> can you commit to this committee that under current law, which limits interrogation to the army field manual, that you will comply with that law and that the
FOX News
Jan 13, 2017 12:00am PST
with hate mail. it didn't rescue girls in africa, it didn't rescue sex slaves from isis, it's not going to hurt l.l. bean. >> tom: the thing that happened to the firefox guy, you don't think that could happen now? he donated a long time ago to one politician. >> they are trying to do it to mike pompeo, the cia director nominee. a newly elected senator from california when on a whole spiel asking the director of the cia, what's your opinion on gay rights? he's like "on, the cia." they keep trying to make these things issue, they don't really have it anymore, except for "people" magazine who is on the list. for normalizing trump. >> its point was, it's useless. we said the same exact thing, he just said it with facts. there was some feelings going o on. >> all these boycott or's -- >> i'm not worried about it. >> when you see who these people are, you go you're insane. some sort of belly button performer, has pet dogs that are part of his act and you go "you're the one who's been calling the ivanka trump boycott? you're a lunatic." i think companies and employers assume that these p
CSPAN
Jan 13, 2017 2:38am EST
we're fighting al qaeda. it's an exceptional moment when we're fighting disies. -- fighting isis. it is an exceptional moment when russia invades the ukraine and takes over crimea. it is an exceptional moment almost continuously in the face of a complex and changing world. so i stand on the side of maintaining the principle of civilian control. each time we violate this principle, it's easier next time to say it's been done before, but the conversation will not be we did it once half a century ago, and so we should do it again. it will be we did it twice, once quite recently, when we weren't facing a world crisis. nobody had invaded the u.s. we had not just lost a couplehundred thousand folks fighting for our country in a world war. the conversation will get easier and more fragile, and that is not the direction we should go. it's eisenhower who warned about the overreach of a military enterprise. the military industrial complex, as he referred to it. but one piece of our structure of government that has held back is to maintain that principle of civilian control. can anyone in this
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Jan 12, 2017 11:30pm PST
intelligence in russia, in iran, in north korea, in isis, some very, very troubling areas. and they put their lives on the line, and if they believe that somehow the president of the united states doesn't trust what they're presenting, make no mistake about it, it's going to impact the quality of intelligence that we get. >> you're a great man. leon panetta, thanks for your service to our country. >>> coming up, fbi chief james comey is facing an internal investigation over the way he handled that probe into hillary clinton's e-mails. democrats blame comey for clinton's election loss, and investigators want to know whether his decision to send that letter to congress just days before the election was politically motivated that's ahead. this is "hardball," where the action is. oh, look... ...another anti-wrinkle cream in no hurry to make anything happen. neutrogena® rapid wrinkle repair works... ...in one week. with the... fastest retinol formula. ...to visibly reduce wrinkles. neutrogena®. >>> i know there are many opinions expressed by people not part of the investigation, including
terrorists not just isis inspired. there are pretty grim other groups of other nationalities. i really do believe it starts with people, parents, you know, understanding what's going on in the bedroom when their son or daughter is on the internet. we worry they are on inappropriate porn sites or something. i think that's where it starts in my ways. who knows why they get on those web sites and it poisons their mind i think. i think in the churches or synagogues or whatever people hear them talking and turn them in or should be concerned, talk to their parents. i'm reminded of a young woman down in the south who was getting radicalized clearly and her parents noticed it and turned her into the police. people were afraid to raise the red flag. they thought maybe i'll be legally, you know, held accountable legally in the sense of lawsuit or something like that. it starts there. clearly law enforcement professionals serve a role. it is a really tough nut to crack. i think to the senators question about engagement with some of the, you know, parts of america that have a lot of arab americans s
afghanistan, and our troops are fighting against isis and other terrorist groups in the middle east and elsewhere. russia is raising grave concerns on several fronts, and china is shredding trust along its periphery. increasingly we see islands of stability in our hemisphere. democracies here, in europe, and in asia under attack by non-state actors and nations that mistakingenly see their security in the insecurity of others. our armed forces in this world must remain the best led, the best equipped, and the most lethal in the world. these demanding times require us to put together a strong national security team here in washington. if confirmed, i will lead the department of defense and be a forthright member of that team. i recognize that i will need to be the strongest possible advocate for military and civilian personnel and their families. i will foster an atmosphere of harmony and trust at the department with our interagency counterparts and the congressional committees. as swiftly as the president-elect's national security team is confirmed, i will work to make sure our strategy
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Jan 12, 2017 10:00pm PST
strategy is to say, let's start afresh. let's knock this off and work together to defeat isis and not have tensions. isn't that more worthy, to try that, then to threaten him right from the jump? >> not at all. i think what i would do is say that there is a new sheriff in town and he is going to pay a price for what he did. obama said, knock it off in october. >> bill: he would punish russia even further than what obama did? >> absolutely. i have introduced sanctions that would have their energy economy, the foundation of their economy, the financial sector. >> bill: you know, if you do it, it is a cold war all over again? you know that? >> it is a hot war. it's not a cold war. >> bill: of trump brings down the heat and forms of some kind of alliance, i'm not saying he can, i am saying, you are shutting the avenue off altogether. you are saying, we are going to hurt you, putin, now. you know putin. he is going to try to hurt us back. we got a problem with russia right from the beginning, rather than trying to deintensify it, as trump looks like he'll do. you are still the hawkish guy
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Jan 12, 2017 9:00pm PST
business in syria, we ought to let russia and assad to go free in killinga isis and whoever else they want to kill. he was a threat to the cia's priority. clinton wanted a much more confrontational approach. whereas trump wanted better relations. i think they viewed trump as a threat to their institutional ability to get there agenda imposed on washington. >> tucker: what is silly about this is you point out, which i would definitely recommend to our viewers, reading this. you recommend some of the ways to oppose trump. but this way is an illegitimate way to oppose a president and in fact a threat to our system. if you can explain what you i meant. >> sure, i mean if you go back six decades whenen dwight eisenhower, no radical oh he, a five-star general, two-term republican president. he had one chance to tell the american people as he was riding off into the sunset, and he said the greatest danger we face as a democracy is this faction of military and industrial power unelected but permanently exhorting power. they're becoming more powerful and all of a sudden it does matter what cho
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Jan 12, 2017 9:00pm PST
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Jan 13, 2017 12:00am EST
that's why we have seen the broken up actions against isis and places like syria. >> trump is the commander-in-chief. it doesn't matter ducialt matily he's the top of the chain of command. so whatever the department of defense wants to do rests with one man only. donald trump. ken report cia director potential, mike pompeo. can he change this intelligence agency from within? will there be a big enough shift under him or will he pretty much keep things static. >> it's difficult like most bureaucracies. if you cross it it will leak like crazy against you. so it's always. >> his sense of hugh more was sort of implying. is that the kinds of government we have? >> yes, it is. is it the kind of government we want? no. mike pompeo and mattis are conventional guys. they were expressing conventional republican views on these matters which don't necessarily agree or jibe with donald trump. but donald trump ultimately is going to be the president. kennedy: last word, katherine. >> i think we can hope for a certain amount of neglect by trump of these guys. way heard them saying was pretty mai
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Jan 13, 2017 4:30am GMT
from day to day. of course not, no prisoner does, in jabhat al—nusra land or isis land. they want you to feel as though your life is in their hands, and if you live, it's because they're giving you back your life. so when you come back to life, you're coming back, you have them to thank for it, and they want you to come back as they are. and a lot of prisoners do, you know? their purpose is to affect a psychological change in the people that they control. it's notjust the prisoners... did it have that impact on you? yeah, i think, yeah, in some ways. i was so terrified of them. you're like this creature that has absolutely no power in the universe and they have everything, and when they give you an olive you are on your knees in gratitude toward them. they want you in that relation to them, and i was that way, i was grateful to them. and by the way, they could have killed me at any point, and so i feel that they... i'm grateful to them for sparing my life. you devised an escape plan with matt. yes. july 2013, and he managed to escape through a small window in your cell. he got thr
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Jan 12, 2017 11:00pm EST
11:00. when you this egi a that isis 20-degrees above our average ave high for the day it really is extraordinary. i find it pleasant to get a nice reprieve from the cold air in the middle of winter. it's only 21 in chicago, 30-degrees in detroit. that is the cold air that willh be coming into town. as the front is getting ready ty cross our area it is creating an few showers here and there, upr, through portions of baltimore, carroll county into frederick county, down through low dean t every den county. one is going to see them. certainly no concerns with anyay freezing tonight as we watch the whole thing in motion becauseot temperatures are going to stay in the 40s overnight, even with the frontal boundary coming onlo through with the colder air. we'll keep some clouds around as well, but here's what you can expect for friday.ri tomorrow morning we may startmay with a mix of clouds and sun a little bit of breeze. near 50 ourer 40s. by the noon hour we're beginning to drop a little bit. skies will brighten.brig by the time we get to 4:00, byby the time we get to 10, 11:0011:0 tomo
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Jan 12, 2017 8:00pm PST
start afresh. let's knock this off and work together to defeat isis and not have tensions.o isn't that more worthy, to try that than to threaten him right from the jump? >> not at all. i think what i would do is say that there is a new sheriff in town and you're he is going to pay a price for what you did. obama said, knock it off in october. >> bill: you would punish russia even further than what obama did?ha >> absolutely. i have introduced sanctions that would have their energy economy, the foundation of their economy, the financial sector. >> bill: you know, if you do it, it is a cold war all overo again? you know that. >> it is a hot war. it's not a cold war. >> bill: if trump brings down the heat and forms of some kind of alliance -- look, i'm not saying he can, i am saying, you are shutting the avenue off altogether. you are saying, we are going to hurt you, putin,ge now. and then you know putin. he is going to try to hurt us back. we got a problem with russia right from the beginning rather than trying to deintensify it, as trump looks like he'll do. you are still the hawk
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Jan 12, 2017 10:00pm EST
isis going to be moving through overnight. a few showers are showing up sho just boundary up through m. not everybody for example going to see this light rain, youain, about it is associated with this frontal boundary that is pushing out south of pennsylvania. that will slowly but surely begin the process that is cooling us off top. it won't be too dramatic. the front is going to take alle day to get down to the south. we we'll start in the 50s and then see our temperaturespera tomorrow night head forth 6 20s. if you look towards pittsburgh, the front is coming up. chicago has dropped to 226789 there will be cold air behindair the front. our temperatures will go from 50s to the 30s tomorrow night. that's what we'll be watching.ah it's all about saturday for the second weekend in a row now we have some wintry weather to keep track of.of. i'll let you know what i'm expecting to happen on saturday, when it begins and what you can expect hour by hour behind the scenes look at how it's going.ing. sarah accept once is live at reagan national airport now with more. >>reporter: hey,
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